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"Most delicious week of Fall"

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It's called the "most delicious week of fall." Wilmington Restaurant Week started yesterday. It's a chance to dine at places you've never tried, for the right price.

More than 30 restaurants are participating and each restaurant offers its own specials. Encore magazine started Wilmington Restaurant Week last fall to help out local restaurants and people on a budget.

"I'm very excited about restaurant week," says Samantha Stokes who plans to hit at least three restaurants on the list. "I think it's a great opportunity for people to try restaurants that they may not otherwise be able to go to. And it's a good way for downtown Wilmington and all over Wilmington to show what they have going for them."

Wilmington Restaurant Week runs through next Wednesday. Here's the list of participating restaurants:

Aubriana's
Caprice Bistro
Mixto
Yo Sake
The Little Dipper
Ruth's Chris Steak House
Basics
Press 102
The Eat Spot
Crow Hill
Nicola's
Priddyboy's
Hieronymus
Henry's
Saltworks II
Jamaica's Comfort Zone
Flaming Amy's Burrito Barn
Buffalo Wild Wings
Flat Eddies
The Melting Pot
Catch
Kornerstone
Port City Chop House
South Beach Grill
Verandah Cafe at Holiday Inn
East at The Blockade Runner
Siena Trattoria
Cape Fear Seafood Company
Eddie Romanelli's
Pine Valley Market
Flaming Amy's Bowl
Buffalo Wild WIngs
Fish Bites
Blackhorn Bar & Kitchen

For more details, pick up a copy of encore magazine.

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disapoint

i was expecting a recipe :/

don't get me wrong it's nice encore did a segment on the local restaurants but being that this is wway which is already running a segment on "best of" local food ,and that this is not encore which if i was interested reading "encore" in the first place i would have already read the article.

i don't really see a point in this article just seems redundant trying to boost readers to encore or something?